Copyright-evidence-operatorian frederick-rothwell Copyright-regionUS Copyright-evidenceEvidence reported by ian frederick-rothwell for item longestjourney00forsrich on February 7, 2008: no visible notice of copyright; stated date is 1907. Copyright-evidence-date20080207225524 Scanningcenterrich Mediatypetexts Collection-libraryucb_banc Identifier-bibGLAD-67161590 Identifierlongestjourney00forsrich Imagecount380 Ppi500 Lcamid332127 Rcamid330987 Camera1Ds Operatorscanner-sokpheap-meas@... Scannerrich7 Scandate20080225224820 Identifier-accesshttp://www.archive.org/details/longestjourney00forsrich Identifier-arkark:/13960/t9668fs8s Bookplateleaf0010 Sponsordate20080229 FilesxmlSun Mar 7 15:10:22 UTC 2010
Reviewer:will hauff -
March 22, 2011 Subject:
the longest journey
Not too bad a novel. It seemed a bit dated and the situations --especially the ending-- were a little hard to believe. A little cliched but it is over a century old. I personally find Forster's short stories much more interesting and his earliest novels a bit preachy. Anyone who enjoys current English movies will find this novel worthwhile.